Help for Victims of Hurricane Harvey
We know many of our customers and neighbors are impacted by the catastrophic flooding caused by Hurricane Harvey. One Hour Air Conditioning and Heating stands with our fellow Texans, and we'll be here to support you in the coming days. We've compiled a list of emergency resources and information to provide assistance, as well as suggestions on how you can help.
Find out which Houston-area schools are closing and for how long here.
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How You Can Help
The American Red Cross
The Red Cross is providing shelter and meals to victims of Hurricane Harvey. Donations can be made in three ways:
- Online at redcross.org
- Call 1-800-RED-CROSS
- Text the word HARVEY to 90999 to make a $10 donation
Text UWFLOOD to 41444 to donate to the United Way Flood Relief Fund.
Donations to support The Salvation Army's Hurricane Harvey relief efforts can be made at helpsalvationarmy.org or by calling 1-800-SAL-ARMY.
You can donate money to Feeding Texas, a network of the state's food banks. The Elgin Courier has also compiled a list of food bank locations throughout the region that may need donations.
Shortages are expected due to blood bank closures along the coast, and a rise in demand caused by storm-related injuries. Find donation centers or blood drives for the South Texas Blood & Tissue Center here, or for Texas organization Carter BloodCare here.
Portlight offers relief to disabled and older adults. Learn more here.
Coalition For The Homeless
Coalition For The Homeless helps coordinate shelters and outreach for the city's vulnerable homeless population. Donate to them here.
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